EXCLUSIVE: 1968 Chevy Nova Sleeper Project

Update – The Nova sold to one of our readers within hours of listing it. Thanks for all those who inquired! It’s going to a good home and we have been promised an occasional update. This ’68 Nova was… more»

Factory 441/4-Speed: 1966 Pontiac Catalina 2+2

Growing up in Australia meant missing out on cars like this Pontiac Catalina 2+2, and I can’t help but feel more than a bit ripped off by that. I’ve talked in the past about cars with “wow factor,” or… more»

Don’t Paint It! 1937 Ford Sedan Patina Rod

This could the perfect start to the perfect hot rod! Everyone builds ’32 coupes, so this sedan would stand out at the next car show. And if you really want to draw a crowd, the only thing you need… more»

Uncut Classic: No Reserve 1969 Ford Bronco

When it first broke cover in 1966, the Ford Bronco was aimed at providing healthy competition for both the IH Scout and the Jeep CJ-5. Its styling was simple and minimal, and its mechanical components were essentially unbreakable. It… more»

Twin-Cam Sedan: 1967 Alfa Romeo Giulia TI

Update 7/1/19 – The auction for this Alfa didn’t meet reserve the last time around, but it has been relisted here on eBay without a reserve! From 4/11/19 – There always seems to be that air of inevitability surrounding… more»

S-Code 390/4-Speed: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Update 7/1/19 – This big block Mustang project has popped up here on eBay with an $11,500 asking price and the option to make an offer. From 6/9/19 – When it comes to Mustang project cars, there rarely seems… more»

53 Genuine Miles! 1981 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Cars like this 1981 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 leave me torn. When these were new, there was simply no way that I could afford to own one. Now that I am older, I could probably justify buying it, but then,… more»

Rare 1963 Plymouth Signet Convertible For $500

Hiding amongst the cacti is this rather sad looking 1963 Plymouth Valiant Signet Convertible. It is probably the dry Arizona climate that has prevented this car from dissolving into the soil, but it hasn’t been spared the ravages of… more»

Driverable 1946 Willys Jeep For $2k!

While not in pristine condition by any means, this 1946 Willys Jeep actually looks like it could be a really good deal with a $2k asking price. It has some rust issues that need to be addressed and is… more»

Parts Car Included: 1977 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

Looking at it, you wouldn’t guess that this Corvette was ever in a garage fire. The previous owner purchased it in 1986, but at some point their garage caught fire leaving the car with some serious smoke damage. They… more»

Invader 400: 1971 GMC Sprint LS3

I guess that in every famous family there is going to be a lesser-known sibling, and in the GM family, the Sprint is the lesser known brother of the El Camino. Like so many of these lesser-known siblings, this… more»

Learjet Link: 1968 SAMCO Cord Warrior

The replica business has always been an interesting part of the classic car world as various individuals attempt to morph one car into another. One of the more successful that I have seen was a company that would transform… more»

Packed with Nostalgia: 1975 Ford Country Squire

A few years ago, my brother got the wild idea to buy a huge Dodge Monaco station wagon. He quickly surmised, on the drive home, that this was a poor purchase. Does everyone feel that way? Not necessarily. But… more»

Never Be Cheaper: 1984 Ford Mustang SVO

This has to be one of the cheapest running/driving Ford Mustang SVOs for sale at the moment, listed for just $4,500 and located in Denver. The seller has updated the nose to resemble the later models, and notes some… more»

Factory Equipped V8: 1979 AMC Pacer Survivor

All I can say is, yes!!! What’s not to love about an AMC Pacer that was factory equipped with a V8? Alright, so maybe these aren’t the best cars ever built, but this one looks to have survived the… more»

BF Success Story: 1961 Imperial Southampton

There’s nothing better than hearing from a happy Barn Finds Reader that listed and sold their classic right here! A little while back, we listed John’s 1961 Imperial as an Exclusive, you can view his ad here. It didn’t… more»